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Romanian landscape in film

Netflix released two Christmas films this year, one of them a sequel, dealing with the landscape of castles in Romania.
Landscape in film is not a new topic, having been dealt with it in different doctorate and other research works.

Castle in Carei
Maria Bostenaru 2014 / CC BY
Castle in Carei
"A Christmas Prince" and "A Christmas Prince - Royal Wedding" are two films set in the Peles castle in Sinaia in Romania. The mountain landscape in which the castle is built is coming to fruition in the winter landscape.
"Princess Switch" is a film set in the castle of the counts Károlyi in Carei, Romania. The locality is actually in flat land, but the dendrological garden in which the castle is located is magnificent also in winter.
The films include also several other Romanian locations, apart of the castles.
At the "Ion Mincu" University of Architecture and Urbanism the doctorate of Irina Pata dealt with landscape in film.
Landscape can be also an expression of feelings, such in the films of the Wuthering Heights Emily Bronte novel, referred in this article.

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17. Dec 2018
Reported by Maria BOSTENARU DAN


castle (en), Film and Moving Images (en), castle gardens (en)

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